This is a video prototype showing off how this product would work.
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3D Printed Prototype
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3D Printed Prototype (alternate layout)
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There is a need to adjust the physical layout of a standard video game controller for users with accessibility issues. I designed a controller that users can take apart and rearrange components so that they fit the user’s desired layout.
Additional faceplates can be purchased (or 3D printed) which would offer a wide range of input layouts for users. To accommodate all ranges of ability, the entire controller can be taken apart and re-assembled with one hand.
The idea behind this product is that it would become a new standard for video game controllers. New consoles would be bundled with the controller, and able-bodied gamers would be able to use it without any problems, as it features a regular layout and shape.
My Design Process Journal documents my journey from concept generation to the final product. The Technical Report provides an analysis on the feasibility of this project.